I always liked those huts on wheel from which Victorian ladies could enter the water. Not beach huts I know – but this is what beach huts always remind me of.
My guest blogger today is the absolutely hilarious Ellen Hawley. Her blog, Notes From the UK, explores the pitfalls awaiting American expats in the UK struggling to learn the foreign language we supposedly grew up speaking.
Ellen Hawley is a fiction writer and blogger. Her novels are The Divorce Diet (Kensington Books), Open Line (Coffee House Press), and Trip Sheets (Milkweed Editions). She has worked as an editor, a radio talk show host, a cab driver, a waitress, a janitor, an assembler, a file clerk, and for four fun-filled hours a receptionist.
**Special treat! After you learn all about a proper British seaside holiday, scroll down for a review of The Divorce Diet.**
Intercultural explorations in a British beach town, by…
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